Sherlock Holmes and the Blue Carbuncle
In 2013 Last Chance Saloon, celebrated purveyors of Guilty Pleasure Theatre, took on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's finest creation, Sherlock Holmes! Following on from Dracula the Boys wanted to try some new ideas and sing some new songs so they choose the most obscure Sherlock Holmes tale they could find to spoof.
'The Dashing and Reckless Last Chance Saloon present a shameless high-octane tearing apart of 'Sherlock Holmes and the Blue Carbuncle'.
The Blue Carbuncle is mysteriously stolen and only one man has the skill, has the imagaination, has the incompetent sidekick to solve this henious crime: Sherlock Holmes. Watch Holmes and Watson weave their way through Victorian London following clue after clue until they reach a farm in Bray where the most unlikeliest of criminals lies in wait...
With food-inspired twisted pop songs, an assortment of ridiculous characters and more slapstick British comedy than a Butlins holiday camp, you’re in for a frenetic hour of slick, riotous theatre comedy.
Although only performing a short run, the Boys sold out Leicester Square Theatre and received glowing audience feedback from the show.